A couple of weeks ago, it turned out that the second part of Venom could be seen in cinemas sooner than planned, as Shang-Chi’s great success highlighted that there was a chance that a current premiere would attract enough viewers in multiplexes without any streaming support. All it takes is that the audience is interested in that particular film – and of course, that it succeeds well. And Sony seems to be trusting Venom: Let There Be Carnage, for which it has now released a new poster.
In addition, the success of the film can be facilitated by the PG-13 plecsni, which means that people under the age of 13 can watch it under the supervision of an adult. The American age rating organization, the MPAA, always gives reasons for its decision, and a series of intensely violent scenes and actions were highlighted here as well. It also includes the sometimes very profane, specifically vulgar language, as well as disturbing historical elements and suggestive allusions – the latter usually being sexual in nature.
Source: SG.hu Hírmagazin by sg.hu.
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